Valencia have named Javi Gracia as their new head coach on a two-year deal.
Gracia replaces Voro, who was named caretaker manager in the closing stages of the La Liga season following the dismissal of Albert Celades.
Celades was sacked following a run of one win in five matches after the La Liga resumed in June. Sporting director Cesar Sanchez also resigned.
However, results did not improve much under Voro, as Valencia took seven points from their remaining six games.
Valencia finished ninth in the La Liga and have moved to appoint former Watford manager Javi Gracia.
Gracia was sacked by Watford in September 2019.
The 50-year-old previously managed Rubi Kazan and Osasuna.
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